The mobility of skilled individuals and the transitional nature of the workplace from a more permanent and stationary setting to one that is project-based and dominated by short term contracts is changing the economic landscape. In addition, as highly skilled workers become more reliant on finding, and subsequently bidding and securing, projects offered by a variety of entities, they also increasingly need to become entrepreneurs rather than just employees who can rely on the support mechanisms that a regular place of work usually offers. Conversely, low skilled individuals face increased job insecurity and competition both domestically and internationally (via imports from low labour cost countries and value chains). The co-evolution of skills, mobility and entrepreneurship, and the rapid pace of how these transitions occur in the contemporary knowledge-based economy provides a fertile environment for inter-disciplinary discourse and scientific inquiry. RSA Europe’s Socio-Spatial Dynamics Summer College 2019 aims to coach students and early career researchers to collaborate and work across disciplines in order to tackle these and related, societal challenges.
The RSA Europe’s Summer College has been established to focus on how ideas, theories, methods and data can be leveraged across disciplines for the purpose of scientific ;Applications are welcome from PhD candidates and post-docs/ researchers who have been awarded a PhD in the past 5 years, from a variety of disciplines and institutional backgrounds.
Your application should include:
Interested current PhD students and early career researchers are requested to submit their details via the online form (Google form). Please submit all documents and video by Monday, 24th June 2019.
Selected applicants will be notified in July 2019.
If accepted to attend the RSA Europe Summer College, you will be asked to produce an A1 sized research poster on your project to be displayed and discussed during the meeting.
Acceptance in to the College covers accommodation, meals and social ;There is no formal charge to attend this event but a voluntary donation to RSA Europe of €250 is strongly suggested to support the Foundation’s work.
The venue, CRENoS (Centre for North South Economic Research) is located at the University of Cagliari in the stunning Mediterranean metropolis of Cagliari, Sardinia, and provides an ideal setting for this event.
3 Sep 2019 @ 12:00 am
6 Sep 2019 @ 12:01 am
Duration: 3 days
CRENoS (Centre for North South Economic Research) Università di Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
Via S. Giorgio